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  • A More Perfect Union: Banker bonds with the homeless through music

    In our series A More Perfect Union we aim to show that what unites us as Americans is far greater than what divides us. We look at a harmonious connection through music and how one man is paying it forward for some of the 127,000 homeless people in New York City. Michelle Miller reports.

  • Cancer expert Dr. Agus on glioblastoma treatment options

    CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus is one of the country's top oncologists.He leads the University of Southern California's Westside Cancer Center and joins "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to discuss potential treatment options for Sen. John McCain's type of brain cancer.

  • Friends say yoga teacher's death was "senseless"

    Close friends of the yoga teacher who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer are speaking out for the first time, in an interview you'll only see on "CBS This Morning." Justine Damond was killed on Saturday, just minutes after calling 911 to report a possible sexual assault near her home. Jamie Yuccas reports.

  • "Dream team" attorney on America's fascination with O.J. Simpson

    O.J. Simpson could soon walk free from a Nevada prison. He was convicted in 2008 of armed robbery and kidnapping after attempting to retrieve sports memorabilia at a Las Vegas hotel. But it was the 1995 murder trial that cemented his place in American history. Attorney Carl Douglas was part of Simpson's "dream team" defense in the case. Douglas joins "CBS This Morning" from Los Angeles to talk about Simpson's parole board hearing and the impact of the infamous murder trial.

  • President Trump unloads on attorney general after recusal

    The White House has been trying to shift the focus from the Russia investigation, but by denouncing Attorney General Jeff Sessions for withdrawing from the investigation and answering questions about special counsel Robert Mueller, President Trump continues to keep it in focus. Major Garrett reports.

  • Why airlines are pushing back amid customer complaints

    Despite the threat of backlash, JetBlue has denounced a family's claim they were removed from flight over baby kicking another passenger's seat

  • Exonerated woman fights back after "rape fantasy" jail time

    Michelle Hadley spent 88 days in jail before all charges against her were dropped

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